Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
2011-12: Played a total of 14 rounds in five tournaments for the Blue Devils ... had a 74.4 stroke average with two under-par rounds and one even-par effort ... finished a season best tied for fourth at the O’Briant-Jensen Memorial ... hit 84.7 percent of his fairways during the year ... averaged 28.5 putts per round ... also played in the Rod Myers Invitational, Royal Oaks Intercollegiate, Irish Creek Collegiate and River Landing Intercollegiate.
Prep:Played five years of golf at Upper Canada College for head coach Jim LaPlante ... led the team to CISAA regional championships as a sophomore, junior and senior ... paced Upper Canada College to the Provincial Championship in 2010 ... posted a 71.0 stroke average as a senior.
Junior Golf: Member of the Team Ontario golf team ... finished tied for sixth at the Nike Golf Canadian International Junior Challenge ... posted the low-round of the tournament with a 69 in the second round ...reached the round of 32 at the 2011 Men’s Match Play Championship ... finished tied for 16th with a 229 at the 2011 Future Links Ontario ... also competed in the Can-Am Junior Team Matches, earning a two-point victory in his individual match ... gold medalist at the 2010 Ontario Summer Games with scores of 68-68 ... finished tied for fourth at the 2010 Ontario Boys Spring Classic ... shot 67-66=133 to win the 2010 Southeast Junior Championships at Duke University Golf Club by eight strokes.
Personal: Son of Rob Gordon and Jane Southey ... born Turner Hillman Southey-Gordon August 22, 1993 in Toronto, Canada ... has a younger brother, Bubba ... father, Rob, played tennis at the University of Oklahoma and is an orthopedic surgeon ... mother, Jane, is a lawyer ... graduated with honors from Upper Canada College ... served as a mentor for young students as a junior and senior ... also volunteered with Meals on Wheels in 2010 and 2011 ... created a ball hockey club team ... hobbies include fishing, ball hockey, and basketball…favorite athlete is Rafael Nadal ... nearly qualified for the 2011 RBC Canadian Open, missing by one stroke.